About Me

A Little About Me

I became a celebrant in 2010, when a friend asked if I would marry them and their partner. I was more than happy to do so and undertook the necessary course. It showed me what I can give to couples – it’s all about them, not me. As someone who loves people and making people happy, it was the perfect fit. Since then I’ve worked as a celebrant around my full-time corporate job.

Over the years I’ve seen many different styles of weddings. Very often the celebrant sets the tone for the ceremony, and mine is friendly, warm, fun and professional. You certainly won’t get any recycled Hallmark-card words here! I can promise your wedding will be personal and memorable, for all the right reasons.

I often get asked for advice on how to decide on suppliers for your wedding. My suggestion is you book people you would choose as friends. This makes a huge difference to the feel of the wedding, and having that great relationship with your suppliers will help make the planning fun and as stress free as possible.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or don’t know where to start, get in touch and we can have a chat over a cuppa (or something stronger if you need it!) about how I can help create your memorable ceremony.

Hobbies & Interests

1

Playing Pool

I’ve always loved playing a game of pool with my mates – I’m a very social person, so it’s the perfect sport for me. It’s relaxing, and as a bonus I have to say my hand-eye coordination is pretty good!

2

Travelleing

I love heading off to explore new places and cultures, and meeting new people. When I’m not marrying couples, I’m planning my next holiday – and I’m always happy to suggest honeymoon destinations.

3

Dining With Friends

One of my favourite pastimes is catching up with old friends over a nice meal and glass of wine. We love swapping stories while trying new cuisines and dining experiences.

4

Family Time

I’m happiest when I’m spending time with family and loved ones. Nothing can beat that quality time together – it makes me appreciate the privilege I have to be a part of other families’ special occasions.